Born in Egypt on June 19, 1957.
– Participated in art exhibitions at study level.
– Obtained grade of “Excellent” in the exam to qualify for study of art in the Cairo University but chose instead to study archaeology.
1979 – BA Egyptology, Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University
1982 – Came to Trinidad
1990s – Painted on fabrics and on ceramics
1997 to 2000 – Worked at the National Museum of Trinidad & Tobago. During that period gained knowledge and ideas from the local artists.
February 1999 – learnt charcoal and graphite techniques in drawing from French artist Philipp Escude.
2001 to 2006 – research student at Faculty of Humanities, University of the West of the Indies, St Augustine
2006 to 2010 obtained – Master of Philosophy [MPhil] Faculty of Engineering, University of the West of the Indies, St Augustine.
2010 to date – PhD candidate at The University of Tasmania Australia, 2003
– Exhibited with Women in Art at 1,2,3 Normandy Hotel Art Gallery.
– Participated in the celebration of Makemba Kunle
– Joined Three Artist Exhibition at the Southern Art Gallery
– Exhibited with Women in Arts at the national Museum
– Calypso Artists Show, at the Southern Art Gallery
– Le Femme Confusion, Six Female Artists exhibition, at the Southern Art Gallery.
Solo exhibition at the Crown Plaza Hotel, hosted by the History Department of the University of the West Indies.
Group Exhibition “Inside Outside” at Voix Art Galley, participated as oneof the seven local artists.
1 November 2006, participated in group exhibition with other artists including in Paula Cooper at Art Gallery int San Fernando.
On 19 November 2006 – a solo exhibition of one day show at Crews Inn, Chaguaramas that was held by Hispanic Women Club for charity purpose.
Cairo 2008 – participated in 2 exhibitions at El Sakia art Gallery.
2009 – participated in 4 exhibitions 2 at Atelier Art gallery and 2 at El Sakia
2010 – participated in 2 exhibitions at El Sakia, 1 of them a solo Exhibition.
Kingston – Tasmania, 2010 – participated in a group exhibition at Calvary Secondary School annual celebration of art.
Mediums: Acrylics, water colour, oil, pastel and charcoal.
Egyptian by birth but universal in heart, I am never without a sketchbook in hand, drawing moments that catch my eye. Some of my sketches develop into images with more depth and details, while others remain simply a record of personal experience.